Romo Returns to Practice

Photo Credit: sportswire.com For the first time since injuring his back in the preseason, Tony Romo has participated in practice. Though he was only limited, this is a big step forward for the veteran quarterback. After injuring himself in the preseason, the Dallas Cowboys stated that he should be ready to go by week 8. Their projection was pretty accurate because he should be ready … Continue reading Romo Returns to Practice

Hawks, Schroder Reach Contract Extension Agreement

Photo Credit: Bleacher Report The Atlanta Hawks and point guard Dennis Schroder have agreed to a 4-year, $70 million contract extension. Schroder, 23, has been in the NBA for 3 seasons, all with the Hawks. He is coming off of a season in which he played in 80 games and averaged 20.3 minutes per game, 11.0 points per game, 2.6 rebounds per game, 4.4 assists per game, 0.1 blocks per game, … Continue reading Hawks, Schroder Reach Contract Extension Agreement

Pacers-Mavericks Recap

Photo Credit: American Airlines Center The Indiana Pacers played their first game of the season against the Dallas Mavericks tonight.  The Pacers won a close game at home at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in overtime by a score of 130–121. The leading scorer for the Pacers was center Myles Turner. The second-year star out of Texas put up 30 points and 16 rebounds in his first game of … Continue reading Pacers-Mavericks Recap

October 27th MLB Power Rankings & Trends

Photo Credit: wallpapercave.com (featured image), ESPN (team logos) October 27th, 2016– Records, postseason records, and trends are indicated next to each team. The trends reflect movement from the previous power rankings. These power rankings are based on streaks, record over the past 10 games, overall record, and overall run differential. The combination of that is what allows there to be daily movement, and even some large jumps and … Continue reading October 27th MLB Power Rankings & Trends

NFL RPI Rankings & Trends through Week 7 (Standings Method)

Photo Credit: sports-logos-screensavers.com (featured image), ESPN (team logos) This list includes each team’s record as well as their Rating Percentage Index (RPI) using the standings method and movement from last week’s rankings.  RPI using the standings method is calculated by taking 25% of each team’s winning percentage, 50% of the winning percentage of the opponents of each team, and 25% of the winning percentage of the … Continue reading NFL RPI Rankings & Trends through Week 7 (Standings Method)